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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-05-05

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Concert
Supportive Communities spon-
sors Joseph O' Kelly on saxophone and piano.
1 p.m. Oak Park JCC. (248) 967-4030.

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Image Before My Eyes

Sponsored by
Holocaust Survivors and Families. Teitel Apts.,
Oak Park. 2 p.m. (248) 661-2999.

Yom HaZikaron

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Mincha followed by multi-
media commemoration, celebratory Yom
HaAtzmaut tefilla of Maariv and festive meal;
babysitting for ages 2-4 and special program
for ages 5-9. Young Israel of Oak Park. 6:30
p.m. $10/person, $36/family. RSVP: Cheryl
Jerusalem (248) 544-8686.

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MI COEJL Spring Retreat

Michigan
Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life
presents practical ideas on incorporating envi-
ronmental themes and practices into home,
work and congregational life. West Bloomfield
JCC. 7-9 p.m. No charge. RSVP: (248) 642-
5393, ext. 7.

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Poppy Sale
Michigan Jewish War Veterans
and Ladies Auxiliary join with other veteran
organizations to sell poppies; funds assist
hospitalized veterans and families. May 12-14.

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Concert

Musical selections from
Broadway, Yiddish favorites and popular
melodies with soprano Crystal Webster and
pianist Martin Mandelbaum. Oak Park JCC.
No charge members, $1 guests. (248) 967-
4030.

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Musical Entertainment

Eastern Market Tour
Jewish Historical •
Society of Michigan hosts visit to long-estab-
lished Jewish shops and opportunity to shop
for flowers. 9:30 a.m. Fee for bus transporta-
tion. (248) 335-2828.

Center's Nature's Way - The Great Outdoors
offers families a guided tour of the West
Bloomfield heron rookery. West Bloomfield
JCC. 2 p.m. No charge. RSVP by May 11:
(248) 432-5481.

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From the Baltics to the Balkans: The Many
Faces of Jewish Life in Eastern Europe -

Friday Night Fever
Celebrate Kabbalat
Shabbat; stay for traditional Shabbat dinner. 6

Jewish Genealogical Society of Michigan
presents Professor Howard Lupovitch.
Holocaust Memorial Center, Orchard Lake
Rd., Farmington Hills. 2 p.m. No charge mem-
bers, $5 guests. (248) 645-8700, ext. 6.

p.m. $20 adults, $7 children. Congregation
Shaarey Zedek Southfield. RSVP by May 9:
(248) 357-5544.

Upcoming Events

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Mamele
Staring Molly Picon. Holocaust
Survivors and Families. Hechtman Apts., West
Bloomfield. 7:30 p.m. (248) 661-2999.

Thursday,

7:30 p.m. $10. Nancy Kaplan (248) 737-1931.

Cantorial soloists
Neil Michaels and Stephanie Michaels. Temple
Israel. 1:30 p.m. No charge. (248) 661-5700.
Yom HaAtzmaut
Minchah with a seudah,
activities for children and concert with the
Moshav band. Yeshivat Akiva, 21100 W. 12
Mile Rd., Southfield. 5 p.m. $12/person,
$50/family. RSVP: Sarah Kornblum (248) 569-
5220, Sherri Weil (248) 557-8987.

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National Council of Jewish Women Greater
Detroit Section Installation - Rochelle Riley,

Temple Tot Shabbat - Babies, toddlers,

kids, parents and grandparents welcome to
service and snack. Temple Beth El. 9:30 am.
(248) 865-0612.

Detroit Free Press speaks. Wabeek Country
Club, Bloomfield Hills. 10:30 a.m. Monday,
May 16. $40 members, $45 guests. RSVP by
May 10: (248) 355-3300.

Junday, May ,t)

That's Entertainment

Bookstock Used Book and Media Sale -

Laurel Park Place, Six Mile and Newburgh
roads, Livonia. Pre-sale: 8:45-11:45 a.m.
Sunday, May 15, $10. Regular sale: noon-6
p.m. Sunday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-
Saturday, May 15-21. Half-price day: noon-6
p.m. Sunday, May 22. (248) 642-5393, ext. 5.
The Times They Are A'Changin
Leonard
Beigler, youth and family counselor, holds par-
enting forum. Temple Beth El. 9:30 a.m. No
charge. (248) 865-0612.

Dove Dinner
Ecumenical Institute for
Jewish-Christian Studies honors Rev. Dr.
William Harter with the James R. Lyons Award
in Christian-Jewish relations. Congregation
Shaarey Zedek Southfield. 6:30 p.m. $175.
(248) 557-4522.

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Third-Person Zionism: Herzl, Nordau and
the Hungarian Perspective - Prof Howard

Lupovitch explores the ambivalent view of
Herzl and Nordau - the first two Zionists who
were not Russian Jews - toward settling in
the Land of Israel. Congregation B'nai Moshe.

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Single Friends Connection

Singles 40 60
meet for brunch. Honey Tree Restaurant,
Northwestern Hwy., West Bloomfield. RSVP:
Cindy (248) 542-9166, Marji (248) 544-1203.

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Vocalist songwriter
Paul Ritchie entertains at Beth Elders' lunch-
eon. Temple Beth El. Noon Tuesday, May 17.
$10 members, $12 guests. RSVP by May 12:
Doris Kushner (248) 352-5882, Hermina Leib
(248) 354-9569.

Pizza, Pita and GaGa

Israel Independence
Day celebration includes lunch, Israeli game
resembling dodge ball, archaeological "dig,"
opportunity to write prayers to insert in the
Western Wall, Israeli crafts and food. Temple
Beth El. Noon. (248) 865-0612.

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Celebrate Israel
Jewish Federation of
Washtenaw County celebrates Yom
HaAtzmaut with live music, dancing, food,
family activities. Jewish Community Center of
Washtenaw County, 2935 Birch Hollow Dr.,
Ann Arbor. 1:30-9 p.m. $3 person, $5 family.
(734) 677-0100.

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Stitching and Kvelling

Pomegranate Guild
of Southeastern Michigan stitches and learns
needlecrafts with Judaic themes. Adat
Shalom Synagogue. 1 p.m. Judy Galperin
(248) 661-5337.

Biking and Birding

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Jewish Community

JVS

29699 Southfield Rd., Southfield. (248)
559-5000; 6600 W. Maple Road, West
Bloomfield, (248) 661-8100.
• Assist older adults with memory loss at the
Brown Center on field trips, share special
interests, help office staff, help with one-time
events. Dorothy Mantis (248) 233-4392.
• Visit isolated elderly at their residences in
Detroit. Gloria Bender (248) 233-4431.
• Assist at monthly community-sponsored
programs held at local synagogues, temples.
Gloria Bender (248) 233-4431.
• Assist staff and older adult program partici-
pants who prepare mailings for nonprofit
agencies. Gloria Bender (248) 233-4431,
Barbara Peitz (248) 233-4432.
• Assist older adults with developmental dis-
abilities or chronic mental illness with recre-
ational activities at the West Bloomfield JCC
community outings. LuAnn Elwell (248) 661-
8100, ext. 12.
• Be a friend to an adult with a developmental
disability - assist with check writing,
accessing the community. Karol Friedman
(248) 233-4230.
• Work in a sheltered workshop with develop-
mentally disabled adults by assisting with pro-
duction-related activities such as work distri-
bution, counting and weighing completed
work. Kirk Jude Goddard (248) 233-4310.

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